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IoT

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly of Internet of Things

The greatest advantage we have today is our ability to communicate with one another. The Internet of Things, also known as IoT, allows machines, computers, mobile or other smart devices...

IoT

Are you managing ‘Shadow IoT’ in your organisation?

Barely a day goes by without another report of poorly implemented security in ‘smart’ IoT devices used to control lights, heating etc, whether it’s an inherent design flaw or simply bad practice during installation. A recent survey into security in Building Automation Systems revealed that whilst 86% of systems are connected to the Internet in some way, and over half the respondents thought an attack could do significant harm to the organisation, only 29% had implemented security systems around their BAS.

Retail IT

3 Ways IoT for Retail is Improving the In-Store Experience

We’ve covered how the Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming industries like logistics and utility/green energy companies, but haven’t yet explored its impact on the retail space, specifically when it comes to inventory management....

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The Internet Of Things (IoT) Has Arrived – What You Should Know

We have entered a new era of scientific breakthroughs and technological applications that will change life as we know it. Accelerated technological development is transforming our civilization. The pace of innovation is growing so rapidly that it is becoming exponential as each year passes.

Futurist Dr. Michio Kaku characterizes this blazing technological shift as moving from the “age of discovery” to the “age of mastery.”

This next decade beckons many new technological discoveries and applications. This includes genetic engineering and regeneration of body parts, new cures for diseases, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, nano-technologies, robotics, ultra-high speed trains and self-driving cars, renewable energies, sustainable agriculture, big data, 3-D Printing, digital security, quantum computing, mobility, and paper-thin flexible personal computers.

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